December 22, 2014

Marijuana Legalization – America and the New Green Rush (or Purple or Red)

Over the past few years Americans who were once having to go to shady parts of town, or deal with some sometimes undesirable people just to get something the Federal Government claims should be illegal, have been able to come out to mainstream.  Well there have been some states whose citizens know that there should […]
November 28, 2014

Amendment 64 – The Basics of the Colorado Marijuana Law

Amendment 64, the Colorado Marijuana Law is a stepping stone to the federal legalization of marijuana. This amendment, adopted in 2012 for Colorado, legalizes the recreational use of marijuana. In 2012, Colorado was one of the two states to entertain the idea of the legalization of marijuana; Washington being the other. These two states did […]
November 24, 2014

Basics of the Colorado Marijuana Law about Video Recording for Retailers and Growers

Colorado was the first state to officially make the retail sale of Marijuana legal for recreational use, possession and retail sale. This was made possible due to Colorado Marijuana Law Amendment 64. Other states and U.S. territories such as Oregon, Washington state, Washington D.C., Alaska, and Guam have recently followed suit, all with varying laws […]
November 17, 2014

Colorado Amendment 64 Security Camera Law

It is now legal to grow and sell recreational marijuana in the state of Colorado. In the past it was only legal to sell medical marijuana, and then Colorado passed the law known as Amendment 64. In order to sell retail recreational marijuana, sellers had to have a previous medical marijuana licence. Now, the doors […]
November 14, 2014

Amendment 64:
Now Colorado Has Smoky Mountains Too

Yes, that’s right it’s now legal to buy, grow, smoke and sell marijuana for recreational purposes in Colorado. On December 10th 2012, Amendment 64 went into effect. It states that individuals over the age of 21 are allowed to legally possess marijuana for any purpose, even for recreational use (as long as it does not […]